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Songwriters Showcase (Music)
With Ed Becker
Sun Sep 15th 2013 10.00am–12.00pm
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Time zone: central
Bill Chambers “Sleeping With the Blues (Live)” from Live at the Pub Tamworth (self 2013) N
Adam Carroll “Elvis” from Adam Carroll Live (Down Hole Records 2002)
Michael Nesmith “Propinquity” from Live at the Britt Festival (Edsel 1992) —@ Old Rockhouse on November 19
John Stewart “Josie” from Summer's Child - Ebbet's Field 1975 (All Access 2012)
Tom Russell & The Norwegian Wind Ensemble “Jai Alai” from Aztec Jazz (Proper Records 2013) N
Kane Welch Kaplin “Eight More Miles” from Live at the Bluebird (Dead Reckoning 2013) N
Tim Carroll “After the Hurricane (Live)” from Opening Up (Live) (Gulcher 2013) N
Evans & Doherty “White Squall” from Remembering Stan Rogers (Atlantica 1996)
Austin Lucas “Four Wheels” from Stay Reckless (New West 2013) N
The Moondoggies “Stop Signs” from Adiós I'm a Ghost (Hardly Art 2013) N
Wilco “Passenger Side” from A.M. (Reprise Records 1995) L
David Bromberg Band “Summer Wages” from How Late'll Ya Play 'Till?, Vol. 2 - Studio (Fantasy Records 1989) —@ Old Rockhouse on Friday, September 20.
Nora Jane Struthers & The Party Line “Listen With Your Heart” from Carnival (Blue Pig Music 2013) N
Barnstar! “Charlottesville” from C'mon! (Barnstar! 2011)
Lucy Wainwright Roche “Hungry Heart” from 8 More (Lucy Wainwright Roche 2008)
Robbie Fulks “Guess I Got It Wrong” from Gone Away Backward (Bloodshot 2013) N
Steve Goodman “City Of New Orleans” from Live At The Earl of Old Town (Red Pajamas Records 2006) R
Shane Nicholson “Bad Machines” from Bad Machines (Deluxe Version) (Liberation Music 2011)
Catherine Britt “Always Never Enough” (ABC Music 2012)
Perry Keyes “The Day John Sattler Broke His Jaw” from The Last Ghost Train Home (Laughing Outlaw Records 2007)
Kasey Chambers “Return Of The Grievous Angel” from STORYBOOK (Liberation Music 2011) —Tune in next week for a Songwriter's Showcase tribute to the music of Gram Parsons.
Paul Kelly & The Stormwater Boys “Rally Round The Drum” from Foggy Highway (Cooking Vinyl 2005)
Trish Murphy “SUNDAY” from Rubies On the Lawn (New West 1999)
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